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Distaff Handicap Quotes

 

DISTAFF QUOTES

 

Stanley Hough, winning trainer of Tar Heel Mom (No. 3): “It’s great for the people who have her to win a Grade 2. She had been running against some really nice fillies at Gulfstream and in all three of her previous graded stakes tries, she had run quite well. She had also run pretty well over off tracks before, so I didn’t think that would hurt her.  I know her next start will be in New York, but we’re going to give her a little time off now.”

 

Ramon Dominguez, winning rider aboard Tar Heel Mom (No. 3): “If she broke sharply, my intentions were to try to get the jump on the five horse (Matchless Orinda). Unfortunately we ended up going a little quicker than I first was anticipating, and as a result she was getting tired the last part.  It was a pretty hard race for her because the fractions were so quick the first part, but the track seems to be speed-favoring today and I was able to take advantage of that.” 

 
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